KDE 4.0 desktop... can I... back to KDE 3.5.9 ?
dcabrilo at gmail.com
Fri May 23 09:52:41 UTC 2008
> As nice as that may be, why did it ship without the essential stuff
> working ? Uninstalling and reinstalling f8 isn't an option. It would
> take too much time. Now I have to put up with this for the next few
> I am REALLY disappointed this happened. I knew it was an early release
> of KDE 4.0. I didn't realize that it was so disabled as well.
Generally, get used to it with Fedora. It is a latest (and not always
the greatest, as you learned with KDE) distro. If you need something
more stable, try RHEL (or one of its free reincarnations).
Fedora is a type of a foresight distribution, which may mean that it
sometimes disables its users.
E.g. KDE4, development version of Xorg are just two things in F9. I
remember a 4k stack kernels being a huge issue for nvidia users back
in Fedora Core 2... Many people were really concerned about that one.
So, consider switching to a more "stable" distro. I personally have a
Fedora machine just because I administer some RHEL boxes, and want to
see what sort of things I should be prepared for at work (as I expect
that 2009 will be a year of RHEL 6 installations).
Distrowatch is your friend.
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